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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VMK FOUR .W, LETHBniDGE DAILI IfERALD WRDNRSDAY. APRIL 10.1918 I their ort*alntlnns. Tlin prmeiit �r-A^DOl^lO ijCriliO .ru puh i j Ii;iMii .t.i'tT-enis by nlntrin No. IS | offUiJl't Why �(� nf;'iniii1�. In ihe I ! ;' .'ui'h s!i �nr.'iMii�n'. ihouUI ,�!- j low aiivntn^iuy mibjt>riii lo liol.l Im-^ porlant pos'.tlorn w!;;ilii unionf w!i->rt' \Lc} aro aiM'u a-.i opportunity' ll.'l f'^r "10 exo.'clfto o? th-'.r ^-'.Ilist^r tu 12H laioii^v^i. U mon- lliaii \^o i in under-*t�n(l. Certainly it doM not t� nd to i laore.isc jiubilr con:! !>'n.'o In the i ' Chiifc of labor It l.'ok-^ r.iM;''r ^is if iabvV wwr" imllffort'n'. :ir,J allowed .t?i org.iul7:�li FROM FnoxT r*oii I (Coimiftfn rnou KroNT Paw) Mv L^lnc polntpti out that In th� old v-oiintry and the eaat municipal was gonernily applied to olty or tuwn Bvrnt^."Na"Ton�H�'t for PiiTiTln ,,,.� , . . '^>'^*> be no inl^apprelienalOD. Hon \\ 1 Jrl. tiariepy that the ,,,^ que.fion. will not ImuK togPthM. ..juntry liajT b en re.oKnlwd up to g^^^ merlta." tho prosint an t)i� utill for ,j ,, P�rpo!.#�. hut h* reall���l that at "You ,^an kwp *0!nn later date the rouatrji mlirht b� Wont Take Horn* Rule "You can k�ep It.' Alfred Each niuat be tnkfn on both, replied Mr. Byrne. . .15 00 .14.00 ?1 50 , ouiinlasiom'r li� ukf Weekly. ..V n.ail. par yo.r to V.SMii VVderal miiu- ^:rik CUK .-lili i \v!i; Umvo Date* of expiry of subscriptions the iJovernnuM.t �: (Jrt.i^vi > in ii t.) soT8.-e ccnsuro on; 'lie public clionen i... tiio u.un� tor a collectloB -..wetl." aald the premier. "If that la of municipal nnu.ln the proTiaco of Home Rule, It 1. a now For PrlMina ,p,.,,, In answ.r to .fanica WeJr. Hon C. While Great Britain Is flKhtIng for I. Mlliholl itKted that the followlnff nnlional rlghfn In Kuropc with all her .�^uins ner." paid the Alb�rt�n Publiali- reservea and KtrenRfh Khe Is prepared i:iK (%>. I.t.l. ;M:., I17.99S.07; 1 to concede the H.-ime riKtus in her own sn.M 1 11: lUK, II0,r.6>.(!ll, of the last' sphere of governnient The report of I ^PICKED UP m��� PASSING ^VSY MAN James Hloor Dane, aged 62, Barrled. died In Toronto. un- One armed bandit Rot nwajr with |9,0iin' from a bank In MadUonvllle, U. .Food .\dintnlstre!nr Hoover has naked tho Aiiiertoan public to give half of their flour 0. (*anada'a gold reserre stIU exceeds by some millions the Dominion notes outstanding. .Amanliift adni4snlon� of pnridsm were made by Chrlsludelphlans " at Hamilton before Mr. Juatlce Rose. At a provincial gntherlnft of the Y. M (' A � Rod Triangle Club campaign wnt) planned. The tax rate for Waterloo was flx- rm tb� tirtt ttaM la tk* ktotvry m the Stratford diocesa th� women IM In wiuallly In lha annnal fastry meati lag of aa Angllcao Blmrali. Rar. Arthur H. Metealfa of Kempt ' Tllle, hail aeceptad an Inrltatton M tha paatorato of ColborBa and Wick lotir Baptist churohaa. Helpers meat market, Klngitm, was mtared bjr burglars and the cask register, oontslnlng abotit 940, wai Uken. Chemicals valued at I60,00n thai cannot be leplaoed on account ot embargoes were daetroyad la a tlr� on Van Home street, Toronto After a lengthy lllnasa which cuV mioated In a paralytic atroke, Joha lirsdnn died In the home of hia sow ll-law, J. r. Tumbull, Tonmto. The Brantford board of trade sent h�lKr tL� lait vear * deptitatton lo tha board of health i.miKi than laBt year. I urging action towards pastanrUatlon the remarkable convenMon wlilch bns i been interned for the duration of the been held In Irekind .ind which has war as an alien enemy at .New York. ' Woodstock's oldest pioneers, died In Hie Just brought proceedings to a ter-J mination affords the llrltlsh parUa- Bernard P McKniiney. well known ment another opportunity of approach- mining man. died .luddenly In his THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR .Vow .Hta.k? were ,!c :�= going for-waru by leaps .itul bounds, .ind (tfcst optimism prev.iils atnonc stockmen. is Ths offensive during the night ^tit there is a limit in all things and was ver>- T.'goroui and iho British wtM-.> for.'d to giro some ground. The it IS perfectly Kpi)arent that if the s.ilfs i;icrej��; iii size at ;,he san'e rate during the next year or two as they .imouui i .v4ii ',:paration ot .Mr. ^'�:i^er. I lie dairy commissioner, and worw;^;^^^^^^^^^^^ .'-n Jlaptiste aged 2.'paiKn. da'ry indu^'i^- ' A J Montgomery! ' �ai>t �o know now on a point of , yc�rs, llnll, was drowned when he said that when the operators were ' T'*'"''  "n' i'"" to'move | fell from a Ham owned by J. U. Hooth i The bylaw recently pa.�sed by the satisfied with the legislation It look-'*'*h .''O"" '"''P"" P'^V*es in ; at the Cliandlere.  Urantidrd city council tor tho early rd suspicious for the farmers Me '^''''/V ?"''V*''" .o.'"f, - 1 cl .nlng of fruit stoies and fruit said the farmers ware perfeetly sails-1'"�"'"P"'"' '""eland un II such time' ijdwurd J. of H imllton, Ont ., i'!:">il� will be rigidly enforced, the llaiuilton ; er I'low Works, I Tlie moratorium applying to house hard .Mhuryr'aged one ,,! "'"""'"k -upplled to tha Telephone A Toronto man Who Igaored ih� warnings of tha Pomlnion police because he was a mllltis ontcer hai been drafted Into tha army. He tooM a prominent part In racrultlnc- Windsor city council paaaad a by. was required by then. M. V. .Maclnnes, Canadian govcni . . nunt agent at Detroit, sent Si settlers , is thlG and you need not try to howl i with IV cars of stock and effects, to Twenty-one fWurned officers will uie down because I will not sit down. I Western Canada. I go to tho United States to aid in the You may try Prussian methods in Ire- - 1 third American Uberty Loan cam land but you do not crush mo here. .Jean Jlaptlste Lacass.v aged si'pa'Bn. i 'J, m"" '|y l"� "��V law authorizing tha expMUUture ol ".?'"::V..?1"�';.''"'>' '"^ $50,000 for the purchase^000 tons ,----^----- ... ..v.- ........- fcAlwaril J. t o as a report of a , coi|ventlon former manager of on .onacript.on und of an Irish gov- branch ot the t)liv. bombardment waa even oitendeU as , have during tlie past three years, the far as the Vpr^s j.-^lienr. up on the i number of bulls will be greater than Belgian frocL Tho OrtUsh gare gnjund In the Iclnity of NoQve Chapelle. bat are resisting the attack* The FrencJi repulsed trong iJemiau attacks last night .'II i.'ieir s9.';;on o" the fron-. GETTING WHAT WE FIOHT FOR. the dttmand Ihat means a collapao of prices and prestige, and even iu our enthusiasm we hardly afford to ilirt with thi.^ lio.=sibility. Tho real constructive hreedTs will be the sutt'ercrs if tlie sale' f.i'l I'ia:. !t i- a f.ict that de.ilers and hapha^art LirceMcrs who h.^ppen "o he alive to - I the profit in pure breds are utilliinc our sales fer the purpose of seliini; ; .-to��� toUllIng conclusion of the prime minister'*/*^'''"**"*'*''^ speech, but he certainty could not put' in a motion of that so: t in the ipiddlc Those six nurses at Halifax and of tho prima minister's speach." two at Dartmouth, who were tlie As I was sayiUK. . oatinucd Mr. Piou.^r workers In the early days .\lax iioss asked what would be the effect on the price of butter, Mr. Marjiiali-The price of butter is regulated by the demand and the export price Tile bill with some slight nmond-ineuts was reported for third reading. Public UtUitiea The bill an.ending the public utili rents which has existed in Franco' village storekeeper, since the hoginnlng of tho war la to' be abrogated. A strike at the Chicago plant of tho Tho Canadian Club of New York Is Lloyd George, "thi- convention has awful disaster eirly In l)e-; making a drive for a fund of llOO.oOO titles. t'anada is about to adopt daylight j merit, and ship them to the .\saoci a,v>ng t'on sales. They do not even bother The Herald has fought for ^'''>\l^;^%^,^:r.:r ^'Z.^. two measures for many months, and ; Hera Is the real reason for tha tre-to have t"a�n adopted at the one sea- mendona increaae in the entries at s:on of Parliament is a pleasing out- i What is the result? Instead o' I featuring well-bred, weil-fttted bulls, j from reputable establishments, the j sales are being glutted with a large assortment of most inferior bulls. In- HEREDITARY TlTLtS BANNED AT LAST. No on.= will quarrel with Premier' ""ad o� heing educated to come to nordcn for his radical ,u.g�i.ion that : S:,rlrt^e^s ^a"" aa^atry^'s'so^i'ti'S tb� atid hi? measure will there- knowledge and labor go throueh tho for.' ic superceded ring without bringing a rtrico . onimen- Th.' ficrald lias long fought against Jurats with Its valj?. n.) � .-, - !, ,_. Our bull sales were estahlislied pri- ll;!- y.vitig :n Lanada, and Partlculai- , ,^^^,y p,^p^,^ ,f distributing ly a;ain�t hereditary titles There is good bulls and finding a convenient ae place tr.r them In Canada whera market for ihe surplus stock of good -equalltv if the basis of our gorem- breeders. If the salea are to fill the ___, ,,. _^ permanent pla� in our agriculture ment. ',\e can get along without ,h,m^f^hey must keep this them very well. objeft very clearly in view. They If was the Intioductlon of Uie can attain the objects for which they ; granting of hereditarv titles however primarily e.stahllshcd by allow- it.., .u- I... ,___,, ,___ lug only a selected number or animals , that was the last,,straw In Canada. ^^^^ throngh the ring One or two We cnuia stand for knighthoods, eren nian should be appointed to inspect 'If they were too often the Ttafble sign i the bulls entered for the sale, and : of wealth and political puU rather every bull lalUng below a certain , ... sund�rd should be prohibited. from than an.evidence of some great ser- , ^5,^ ^.^1^ ^.^y,^ ^^^p ^^^^^^ ^, tlce rendered the Dominion. Hut inferior bulls at home and would asso- whea an effort was made to saddle ciate quality, substantiality and pc-r- CanadUn democracy with an heredl- , manency with our sales. Ury aristocracy the people rebelled. ,ud Sir Robert in his measure show- �' Southern Alberu that j d that he ha. seaMd the rebellion. P*'''^" ""'^ """^ '"POrters have � There ara other and batter way. ot i "� 'l^"' howlng our appradatloa tor man ' dltcrimlnatlng buyer can of- Who haye performed great service for ^'^^ the couatry than by Ue title process j '^""^'^ P�>' ^^"^ '-""S ___________ , than the stuff purchased at the Cal- PLAYINQ THE ALIEN | sary or ICdmonton tales on the ENEMY'S QAME. It Is. about time the Government upon receipt of a. petition from the r^PO'-te'' �>y a majority and 1 fear the owner or owners of lands within any majority is not such as to luatlfy the, town or village of an area not' KO�eT"e�t ""y'lS ^^^^ " repre-than 4J acre, of which no plan ot 'ent* * aubstantial agreement. That sub-dlvlslon has ever been reglstere* means that the governtaent muat ac-or been cancelled to aaparcto such cept the rasponsiblllty ot submittlBg territory rom the city, town or vll- '? parliament with such guidance aa lage upon such terms and conditions 'he convention a report affords, such aa may ite provided. But tbf lerri Proposals for the estabUshmant of tory bo separated shall contlttUt lUble se" government in Ireland as they for the pavment of any dabwture in- """It *bich can. In their debtednes. I'ower la aico given in , Judgment, be carrletl without Tlojpnt lieu of separation for tho aasesament- controversy. f of the land on a proper baais. There Must Move Cautlou'aly is also provision in rMpaot to arrears London. April lO.-Moat of tha mom-taxci Ing newspaper* kgree with tho prln- On consi IcrstioD ot tho hail Iflsar- ciples of Premier L)�yd Qoorga'a man ancb secttoas of tha AKartm Insor ; pov, ,r appeal There la no quarrel ance act Hon. C R. Mitchell explain- with it, but bcveial papers declare ' t(l that Uiey had been framed with aj there is need for caution. i from the United States in tho Canadian array. view to having unifomllty In the law in the three prairie proTlnces. The Daily Mall says, however, that the choice now being made is Mr iMvis liiought that the insur-; between victory and defeat, adding: ancc siiouUi cjver the grain after it ' So taint hcarteilness of the sur-was cut. 1 vlvor� must make tho sacrltice of oar Dr .^taiilev urged a later date for' dead In vain." -the expiration of the inanrance than There is no other courae than that lunm September loth, proposed. It adds,, 'aa Rusala haa fall- Mr. Mitihell replied that the same ed us and the United Statea haa not coalition was In the hiuaiclpal hall been able to send us arniw.ln time." insurance A man who wanted to be ; The paper says that frMiman caa-Ipsured to a latter date could get It not be excluded, when van of 50 ta bv paying for lt. ' England are being called up for ser^ .Mr. Cunningham thought the farm- 1 vice, er should have a rebate on tho unex the other hand, the Dally'Newa pirbd period of his poliov, agrees that whatever stepa will furth- Premier Stewan said It waa all ^ ^r the prosecution of the war must bo very well for them to Uy down con-:,j,pt^a l,m g,y^. dltlons, hut, could thay got tho com-1 .,,,fc,,_ . k.i.-�� panfes to take the Insurauca. f/'mI/. .bWiU Z?tn -111 ^lli U they made conditions that much �^>,/"'2^�X >* harder then the .ompanies would in ; . ^ ^ . , ^ crease the rates. The paper th^n deaU with the Irish The premier reminded the house' P'OP""'. which It aay| aeem* Uk� that if It had not beon for tha munlcl- "mid-eummer nndneae, MdlBg: pal hail board the rates would hato i 'For every battalion It brlnga la. It! been much higher. i ""e" 'o'" ot two noedod to: itcplying to queathiaa, ho �*ld thatl�> �hetk an indignant poople; the companies had agreed to accept 1 "luOK onct more lnt� open roboUlon.' business after noon on September l.5th for two waaka at a proportion ate rate. The TImaa No government meaaure, tho Times declares, has ever had a background strength of the bull sale reputation buUt up In those places Buyers will through Its officials took a strong ' do well not to be rtampeded by the aUnd id tha mhie dispvtes In thia size of these salea. Let them rather coal area. Is It going to go along na- i be goTamad "by the quality ot the ; Ml the end ot the war allowing aliea {anhnals offered. .anemy agitators to dictate in a mat- Premier .Stewart remarked he wa� more grim or a Justification more Im-not very sanguine ot the succees of. peratlve. The Times adds: | municipal insurance In the province,; "We shall certainly not attempt, es-and if f were removed there was the peclally in the I'ght ot th� latest now* , certainty of paying htghar rates. In from France, to prejudge the attltade 1 view of that he would not like to do which the Natlonallat membora may', anything by legislation that tho In- ultimately adopt toward this ebvloaai suranountry ac crd.i ...B iirKiieae uie country at cnl.i -^tMw today without the shadow of tl^-m it's time to r-mmcnce ac o: 1 tfifitt on their side; they have broken 1^ ,hem a sample o.' the KuUur the agrooment with the^ operators Kaiser U trying t'> force tho world to which protldas that tha employers adopt. �kali have the right to hire and dis- _ C|lM(a, and thay have backed the play | A Texas paper has hit on a formu-of SS allon enemy subject who boasts | la for calculatlug your Income tax t|at ^a can cloaa tho mine "tight as whUa tha soaa of Caaada are ligtilai tkatr lito-hlood to secure tagln� a c:�BadlaD in AargWf W Austria today making ,�lieh 4 thraaf.' It would be a stone llM M a firing aavad fur him. �Tip ^jKtd ,#;6it�i�t yo.. w would j|�s'iNli^fdvtaa4 ta ravotra pan of the MrMcCallum aald If tha Uwuranca \ "jctions being ^r*R�d . ][i�"r^f' - - the discussion, would bo that thay would not have uhlfonnlty of legiaia-tlon In the three proTlneaa, hower^r, they wouM have hall Inauraaoa pro-vUloas applicable to Alhorta. Mint Tax A bill for the parpooa at colleetint from every mine ownar a tut apon companies were compallod to take in surance to Sept 15th or Oct. lat at the time of the applloatlon that ahould be Kutticient prpteotlpB. Don't Want MobgM Mr. WeTr said tha farmara did not Iwant any rebate. 'Wtat thoy wantad was opportunity to tMuro up to Oct. '�fpHpii f|y� �w� omclal poalUona In ' mi(Uo� U srutht which might be helpful to some of our iiHrdhcHc'cil men who caut, get the Hervic.ea of an auditor lo prepare, the pi-tlferous rttiu'n. It goes bomeihing iilie this: Ftoni voir grosa Incoma KuhtratM {uon fur eu hava boaa raejlvad by him from his mlna �aa road a flrat time In tha lagialatttra-Taoadar night on the motion ot Hon. O. R. MHohell, Ihe object of the bill It ta undaratood Is to Impose a tax ot ton eonta a ton on all coal shipment ot the mine property. But In the Intarrlaw tha mina operators had with tha government last week Premier Btawart while autlng ImpMcltly that tho.tox would be imposed did not datlpUaly taUll-cate that the ten cents tigAia woaM' ba adhered to Tha provincial traasurar also la-troducod a bill to ralao 11,000.000 on the credit of the ganaral ravanua �t ^Ibortu. He oxpMnad that HOO.QM risk. Mr./Davis aald what thay wantad was an opportunity of ontsring into ; the two polieies. Mr .MacKay suggested aa aa amendment that the worda "or Oct. lat according to the tenak of tha application," he Insertad la tha aactlon after Kept, IMh. i The provincial traaiurar aald he would consider tha aMggoatloa. Airs. .McKlnney aaaartad that tha orlo4 attar which a i�'is ,n uiiplylug fpr UM^rsac� ^uld he uaed for talaphoaa purpav be notified s, and the remainder would ba laaoad >Mi.o:i and Premier titewtrt again ortune JMrtM to nrnrWl vitn.d iiie house that it gnrthtng un- monoy to meet tho raoHlraaMttU 9t .na,,i, doawBilod^tt miaht tha aarly part o( m�. purchase of hard coal and Other tool for a city coal yard. Drafted for sarvloo with the TTnited States troops and unable to bear separation from hit chum, John Van Dyke, of l/nion Canter, shot Daniel ^oeiuaker and then killed himself. Reuben Upton, blacksmith at Adelaide Village, ageil 30 yoara, eloped with Vera Alasander, IS-yoarold daughter of I,ioranio Alesaadar, tha At Stratford city council ntcctlnR a claim was received from I*hillp Schmitt for $5,000 damagea for tho .\niorlcan Car Foundry^ Company, deatli of his son, Bdmund. Who was which Is manufacturing ulrplano ; drowned in a covarod crMk. parts, has been declared. Differences between members of the Kansas City, Mo., 8tr�et Car , Men's union and company officials as ntlnue its relief work in providing: }o whether the men may wear their tance to the dependenta ot the; union buttons has been settled. The men will be permitted to wear the buttons on their ooat lapels. ?429 ;